The Terps were swept by Ohio State in two narrow matches this weekend.
The Buckeyes rallied from a 2-1 deficit and squeaked by in the decisive fifth set.
“It’s a really cool thing to be able to say you’re voting in your own gym."
“I think we’ve kind of turned an inward look on ourselves and said, ‘How do we grow as a program, how do we grow as a group of individuals?’” coach Adam Hughes said.
From socially distanced team lifts to elbow taps, the Terps have had to adjust to new health protocols.
The season is still due to start in early September despite the schedule change.
In 2019, Myers racked up 273 kills for a .395 hitting percentage, the second-highest rate in program history.
“I’m hoping that this season is a turning point for the program,” coach Brett Nelligan said.
Myers racked up the second-most kills on the team in 2019.